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Old 10-22-2013, 12:05 PM   #181
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Just install the SAS plates and you are good to go. No need to plug anything, since your bike doesn't have the canister thingy.
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Old 10-22-2013, 12:59 PM   #182
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Just install the SAS plates and you are good to go. No need to plug anything, since your bike doesn't have the canister thingy.
Sounds good just need to get the hose for the crankcase ventilation sorted out then and try to tuck away the ratsnest of cables somewhere.

Hope to find time to do that tomorrow.

Was not that hard to get rid of the stock air box and SAS but small thin fingers helps alot with getting the front blanking plate in place with removing anything.

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Old 10-24-2013, 01:12 AM   #183
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Now have the CPR stuff in place:



Did a quick writeup with plenty of pictures to show what is needed to install their products:

http://www.dirtyadv.com/cpr-trio-installation/

Hope this can be helpful to anyone.

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Old 10-24-2013, 08:24 AM   #184
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Great! Awesome write-up!

How are you liking everything so far?

I'm loving mine.
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Old 10-24-2013, 11:20 AM   #185
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Now have the CPR stuff in place:



Did a quick writeup with plenty of pictures to show what is needed to install their products:

http://www.dirtyadv.com/cpr-trio-installation/

Hope this can be helpful to anyone.

/Johan
Phenomenal effort! Very well done and thank you for showing the process better than we ever could. The detail is great, clear and concise. I don't think this will leave anyone wanting.

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Old 10-24-2013, 03:05 PM   #186
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Great! Awesome write-up!

How are you liking everything so far?

I'm loving mine.
Wont be able to really start using it until the spring, this bike wont be used until next year, freezing temperatures during the nights and we have already seen some snow.

Like it alot so far almost looking forward to future service (not really).

Tempted to change the snap out DZUS fastener to this style and make it a true no tool needed:



Have a few laying around so might try it, not sure what I will used the "glove box" for, thinking about making it a First Aid box.

Not used to have any use for that space since the 950 had the Pyndon prefilter solution that stole all that space:



There does not seem to be any self ejecting with a fold down style like this:



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Phenomenal effort! Very well done and thank you for showing the process better than we ever could. The detail is great, clear and concise. I don't think this will leave anyone wanting.

Best to you,
Chris
Thank you.

How is it going is going with the "tuneecu for dummies?" or was that someone else working on that?


Will need it haven´t even gotten the hang of the fuel injected lingo yet, that is why i call them "carbs" in the write up ...its throttle bodies that is the correct name for them?

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Old 10-25-2013, 04:17 PM   #187
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...its throttle bodies that is the correct name for them?

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Yes
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Old 10-25-2013, 05:36 PM   #188
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a little behind schedule but started my install of the filter and snap out today. taking lot's of pics and documenting everything.



wish me luck.

laters,

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Old 10-30-2013, 07:05 PM   #189
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Old 10-30-2013, 07:35 PM   #190
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even better now. just need a moment of freedom in which to re-map. work, family visitors, car dealership BS, and million other things seem to keep taking all my time.



sure is nice though. amazing how much more room you have and how quick it is to access everything. the snap out is the icing on the cake!

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Old 10-30-2013, 10:18 PM   #191
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Hi DirtyADV,

We thought about that but we were concerned it will get in the way of things. We like your thinking though.

Best Regards,
Mariel Parker

ps. come visit California and you won't have to wait till spring to ride your ADV
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Old 10-31-2013, 09:04 PM   #192
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the last ride i did, the engine was lightly spitting oil through the breather.
so the balance shaft seal is most likely shot.

so a crank case breather is also easy for detecting these problems
Oil coming out of your breather isn't really a sign of anything. The breather let's pressure that builds in the crankcase equalize. If you didn't have a breather your crankcase would pressurize and blow apart. If anything your crankcase may be slightly over filled. The pistons reciprocating in a crankcase build pressure, that pressure has to go somewhere. The larger the breathing box, some performance may be gained. These aren't racing machines so venting an adventure bike to the atmosphere may have diminished returns if your crankcase sucks in some water. YMMV
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Old 11-01-2013, 04:37 AM   #193
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Oil coming out of your breather isn't really a sign of anything. The breather let's pressure that builds in the crankcase equalize. If you didn't have a breather your crankcase would pressurize and blow apart. If anything your crankcase may be slightly over filled. The pistons reciprocating in a crankcase build pressure, that pressure has to go somewhere. The larger the breathing box, some performance may be gained. These aren't racing machines so venting an adventure bike to the atmosphere may have diminished returns if your crankcase sucks in some water. YMMV
The balance shaft seal was shot, i'm not talking about a small bit of oil coming from the breather. As soon as the RPM's went up a light oil mist was coming from the breather covering everything with oil. Now after the replacement only when i ride the motor hard a small drop of oil is hanging onto the external breather. Which is a BIG difference then before. When you have the breather hose still conected to the airbox it is much harder to detect this. only when you are doing maintanance when pulling the airbox lid then you will spot this. a lot of oil traces on the airfilter and front intake.

read also here:
http://ktm950.info/how/wotf/wotf.htm...ceshaftoilseal
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Old 11-03-2013, 02:13 AM   #194
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Turned out the DZUS fasteners I had laying around were smaller then what came with the snap out bracket.



Maybe the wing style is available with a bigger plate also?

But its not very high on the list of stuff I need to get done so it will have to wait.

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Old 11-03-2013, 07:49 AM   #195
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Dog House for Std and Ergo seat

Hi!

Does the Dog House also fit the OEM Ergo seat? Bike is ´11 990R. (Std seat is stowed away as I am using the ergo seat all the time)

Thx!
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